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Roman Bible Study Questions

Romans 6:1-14 Basic Study Questions

DOES SALVATION MEAN WE ARE FREE TO SIN?

Living Commentary Series

Paul J. Bucknell

Romans 6:1-14 Basic Study Questions
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Romans 6:1-14 Bible Study: Does Salvation Mean We are Free to Sin? provides practical aspects of how justification of faith (salvation by faith in Christ) impacts our Christian lives.

  1. Rephrase Romans 6:1 into your own words. Have you ever heard anyone ask this before?


  2. Examine Romans 5:20-21. Note any possible connection these verses have with Romans 6:1.


  3. What answer does Paul give to the question he raises in Romans 6:1 (see verse 2)?


  4. What does Paul assume that all Christians should know (see Romans 6:3)?


  5. For what reason have we been buried with Christ through baptism into death (Romans 6:4)?



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  6. “If we have been united with him like this in __________ ,

    we will certainly also be united with him in his ___________ “ (Romans 6:5).

  7. List two or three ways Paul describes us before we were Christians (Romans 6:6).


  8. What happened to that “old” person (Romans 6:6, 8)?


  9. Death used to be our master. Who is our master now (Romans 6:8-10)?


  10. Write down and memorize Romans 6:11.


  11. What is the practical outworking of this spiritual experience and exchange of masters (Romans 6:12)?


  12. “Do not offer __________________________ to sin, as

    instruments of wickedness, but rather offer __________ to

    God, as those who have been brought from death to life;

    and offer ___________________________ to him as

    instruments of righteousness.” (Finish from Romans 6:13).


  13. Why does he say that sin shall not be master over us (Romans 6:14)?


  14. List at least three changes you desire to take place in your life because of these verses.

    a.

    b.

    c.                                                                                  

    Bonus questions on Romans 6:1-14

  • What does Romans 6 teach about baptism?




  • How do these teachings of baptism relate to your concepts of baptism (perhaps as taught in your church)?



Romans 6:1-14 Basic Study Questions

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